I get those, too. What's up with onions? I'm not sure if they do this your area but they chop them up into these nasty little bits and then out them on the burger. It's gross.Oh no - double cheezeburger - that's what I usually buy at McDonalds because it is such an obvious bargain.
We don't really eat at Rotten Ronnie's much. (AKA McDeath's or McRaunchy's)
We are a Wendy's family. And our Wendy's is closed for renos for a couple more weeks. We're starting to twitch.
Yes Mom but I remember holding a Big Mac with two hands but now four finger'sI need to loose about 20
LOL, McDeath. That accurately sums of 99.9% of McDonald's food unless you get lucky and they finally dish out something decent.
I'm not a burger girl either. Unless it's really good do I eat burgers. It ones of those "sometimes" meals I have every so often. I like a lot of ethnic and tasty foods - Mexican (but not that silly, beans-and-cheese with meat slapped on top stuff I see to much these days), Thai, Japanese (and I mean real Japanese cooked by real Japanese people for a change!), Chinese, and others.I don't usually eat burgers although I do get a hankering sometimes. Wendy's has good salads and I really like their chicken strips. But I know menu items vary depending on which side of the border you're on.
I don't want to make light of the declining dollar. However, there is a healthy side to a lot of new food sizes. If you can, look at the original size of a hamburger (I know it used to cost 15 cents) it is now at least twice the size. Look at the original size of a cinnamon bun, it is now three times it's original size. Maybe, just maybe, we will eat less and no longer be known as "The Land of The Fat People" and become a healthier nation.The prices are going up and the Big mac is getting smaller,